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Eric Doroshow to present at Interfaith Discussion

 


Founding partner Eric Doroshow is scheduled to appear at the upcoming Islam, Judaism & Christianity: An Interfaith Event being held on Sunday, November 6, 2016 at Epworth United Methodist Church beginning at 2:30 pm. It will feature guest speakers Sobia Choudri and Usman Sandhu. Dr. Choudri is a practicing dentist and her husband, Mr. Sandhu, is the owner of U and I Builders, and is the current president of the Islamic Society of Central Delaware. He is a past member of Governor Markell’s Council of Faith-Based Partnerships. The discussion will focus on common threads between Islam, Judaism and Christianity, as well as their views on the distinctions between these religions. Sobia and Usman welcome opportunities to discuss their faith; the Muslim community in Delaware; and cultural differences among Muslim nations that are spotlighted in the news. Eric is a member of the Board of the Seaside Jewish Community Center. Also hosting this event is Reverend Vicky Starnes of Epworth United Methodist Church.

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